Our Rotary Club has over 20 fellowship groups to help members make connections with others that have like interests. At the March 21 Rotary luncheon, members present received fellowship and committee sign-up forms for the 2012-13 Rotary year. Members not present will be receiving one via email soon. Be sure to fill out your forms and return them to the Rotary office as your current assignments end June 30.
Below are photos of some recent fellowship group activities. Other fellowship groups are encouraged to submit photos to the Rotary office for future blog postings.
Fish Stories Told Here…Some True!
The fly fishing fellowship enjoyed its best turn out ever with eleven members attending our “ice breaker” meeting on March 8. Todd Opsal and Nick Volk of On the Creek Fly Shop in Cross Plains led an informative discussion on fly fishing. The meeting covered everything from equipment to basic stream side insect life. Wine, cheese and crackers complemented the presentation on fly fishing and most importantly the good fellowship enjoyed by all. Our next meeting is scheduled for 7:00pm on April 12 at On the Creek Fly Shop in Cross Plains. There is a good chance that we will do a road trip to sample some of the trout fishing in southwestern Wisconsin on April 6. We hope to firm up dates for future outings at our next meeting. Proposed ideas include the ever popular Black Earth Creek, Gordon Creek and a late May trip to Lake Waubesa for Blue Gills followed by a Canadian style shore dinner.
—Submitted by Dana Corbett, Chair of Fly Fishing Fellowship Group
Scotch Whisky Fellowship Group Event
On Monday, March 12, Gayle Langer and Melanie Ramey co-hosted the March Lew Harned Society’s Fellowship event at Gayle’s Cherokee home. Pictured above are Gayle and Curt Brink. Gayle and Melanie put together a fine selection of scotch and complimented it with some quality cheese and some wonderful shrimp. Fellowship Chair Ellis Waller gathered feedback from the attendees on what type of community project the group would like to participate in as part of our club’s Centennial Celebration.
–Submitted by Mike Wenzel, member of Scotch Whisky Fellowship Group
Congratulations to Rotary Bowling Team I which is currently in first place in this year’s Madison Civic League. Main bowlers for Rotary I this year are Gerry Thain (pictured at right), Doug Gerhart & George Keehn (pictured at left) with help this season from Dick Goldberg and Mike Engelberger.